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In the Forests of the North
Author: Jack London
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 148192933X
Pages: 26
Year: 2013-01-07
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The Barrens—well, they are the Barrens, the bad lands of the Arctic, the deserts of the Circle, the bleak and bitter home of the musk-ox and the lean plains wolf. So Avery Van Brunt found them, treeless and cheerless, sparsely clothed with moss and lichens, and altogether uninviting. At least so he found them till he penetrated to the white blank spaces on the map, and came upon undreamed-of rich spruce forests and unrecorded Eskimo tribes. It had been his intention, (and his bid for fame), to break up these white blank spaces and diversify them with the black markings of mountain-chains, sinks and basins, and sinuous river courses; and it was with added delight that he came to speculate upon the possibilities of timber belts and native villages.
Q Or Not Q?
Author: Bartosz Adamczewski
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 3631604920
Pages: 554
Year: 2010
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The study analyses the current state of research on the synoptic problem and proves that the Synoptic Gospels were written in the Mark, Luke, Matthew order of direct literary dependence. Moreover, the work demonstrates that the Synoptic Gospels are results of systematic, sequential, hypertextual reworking of the contents of the Pauline letters. Accordingly, the so-called 'Q source' turns out to be an invention of nineteenth-century scholars with their Romantic hermeneutic presuppositions. Demonstration of the fact that the Gospels are not records of the activity of the historical Jesus but that they narratively illustrate the identity of Christ as it has been revealed in the person and life of Paul the Apostle will certainly have major consequences for the whole Christian theology. -- Back cover.
Inadvertent Disclosure
Author: Melissa F. Miller
Publisher: Brown Street Books
ISBN: 0983492735
Pages: 369
Year: 2012-02-04
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Tiny dynamo Sasha McCandless returns in the acclaimed follow-up to Irreparable Harm in this USA Today bestselling series. It was supposed to be a routine discovery motion. It wasn't. When Sasha travels to rural Clear Brook County for a discovery argument, the judge appoints her counsel to an angry senior citizen facing a competency hearing. Then she's attacked by a group of environmental activists who mistake her for an oil and gas industry executive. She quickly learns the community is bitterly divided over the issue of hydrofracking the Marcellus Shale and mistrustful of outsiders. She's eager for her appointment to end so she can leave for good. Then the town's only judge is murdered, and she can't walk away. As she races to find the killer against a backdrop of small town secrets, back room deals, and corruption, the town threatens to fracture beyond repair. Keywords: women sleuths, mystery & thriller, mystery series, legal thriller, suspense, murder, bestseller, environmental thriller, fast-paced, political thriller, conspiracy
Cotton Puffs, Q-tips, Smoke and Mirrors
Author: Margit Rowell, Cornelia H. Butler, Whitney Museum of American Art
Publisher: Whitney Museum of Art
ISBN: 0874271401
Pages: 259
Year: 2004
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"Ed Ruscha's diverse and highly influential work of the past four decades resists easy categorization. His straightforward depiction of prosaic subjects taken from American popular culture has earned him a reputation as a Pop artist, while his interest in language and typography has aligned him with certain trends in Conceptual art. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1937 and raised in Oklahoma, Ruscha moved in 1956 to Los Angeles, where he studied fine and graphic arts at Chouinard (now CalArts). This book, published to accompany the first museum retrpprestive of Ruscha's original works on paper, highlights over two hundred drawings whose subjects range from the depiction of vernacular objects, trademarks, gas stations, and apartment buildings to renderings of words and phrases in countless stylistic variations. His unusual media, including fruit and vegetable juices, gunpowder, blood, and tobacco juice, further attest to the invention and ingenuity of this major American artist." - inside back cover.
Around Ballston Lake
Author: Katherine Q. Briaddy
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 0738535451
Pages: 127
Year: 2004-05
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Ballston is a scenic town located in Saratoga County, with a history that is as long as it is interesting. Katherine Q. Briaddy takes us along on a journey into Ballston's past, providing insight into the lives of Ballston's early residents. Encompassing the years between the late 1700s and the present, the photographs within depict the area as it has changed and evolved over the years. As you peruse through the over 200 images, you will visit Ballston's recreational draws, such as Ballston Lake and Forest Park. You will see the houses that survived the British and Indian invasion of 1780, and the trolleys and railroads that came with the advance of technology. You will tour through the mansions, manors, and humble farms of Ballston's residents; you will see interpretations of the town's landmarks by local artists. You will observe the way life used to be for those who chose to call Ballston home.
Scraps of Biography
Author: George Q. Cannon, Newel Knight, Daniel Tyler
Publisher: Zion's Camp Books
Pages: 155
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This is the tenth book in the Faith-Promoting Series. Like many other books in the series, this volume is made up of sketches of various pioneers and other members of the Church from early Church history. The sketches in this volume are about John Tanner, Daniel Tyler, and Newel Knight. John Tanner was one of the primary finaciers of the Kirtland Temple. His conversion to the Church followed a miraculous healing. He and his family later moved to Missouri, Iowa (on the other side of the Mississippi River from Nauvoo), and then across the plains to the Salt Lake Valley. Daniel Tyler was an early convert to the Church who was familiar with both Hyrum Smith, who played an important part of his learning about the Gospel, and Joseph Smith who he knew in Missouri. Tyler was called on a mission to Switzerland and was the teaching missionary of Karl G. Maeser, who later went on to revolutionize education in Utah as one of the founders of Brigham Young University. Tyler also is the author of one of the early histories of the Mormon Battalion, A Concise History of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War. Newel Knight was an aquaintance of Joseph Smith before the time of the organization of the Church, and was one of the early converts in New York. He and his family joined the Church in May 1830 and was the branch president of the Colesville Branch. He continued to lead the branch after it left New York for Ohio and Jackson County, Missouri, and was a member of several of the early high councils of the Church.
NIV, Top 100 Q and A of the Bible: A Zondervan Bible Extract, eBook
Author: Zondervan,
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310411335
Pages: 500
Year: 2012-03-13
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Passages that once puzzled you become clear as you explore God's word and uncover the meaning of Scripture. This digital extract edition is designed to address the top 100 common, uncommon, and perplexing questions people ask about Scripture. "Is there more to the Gospel than being assured of heaven?" "Does the Bible have answers for all of today's moral dilemmas?" "Why does God allow bad things to happen? While it does not contain the full Bible it does contain all the verses associated with the top 100 questions & answers Bible reading plan.
Sea Killers in Disguise
Author: Tony Bridgland
Publisher: Pen & Sword
ISBN: 1781591709
Pages: 274
Year: 2013-01-30
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This is the remarkable story of what were known by the British as 'Q' Ships and by the Germans as 'Decoy Raiders'. Disguised as harmless merchant ships, they could be transformed in moments into powerful killers and were used by both sides in the First World War. The book describes the extraordinary lengths that both sides went to ensure secrecy and deception. Voyages often lasted several years without returning to port. Owing to the nature of the game, evidence regarding their work is hard to come by but Tony Bridgland has produced a fascinating piece of detective history.
Labors in the Vineyard
Author: George Q. Cannon
Publisher: Zion's Camp Books
Pages: 155
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This is the 12th book in the Faith-Promoting Series. Like many of the other wonderful books in this series, this book is a collection of experiences from missionaries, pioneers, and early Church members. The stories range from the miraculous with amazing examples of the Lord’s hand reaching out to help Saints in need, to the deeply spiritual and personal. While the Saints who tell these stories have long since passed on, their experiences and the faith that sustained them are just as relevant for us today as they were for their contemporaries. I hope that the stories told here will strengthen your faith just as they have strengthened mine, and will bring you closer to the Savior. The Faith-Promoting Series was started by George Q. Cannon, the founder of Deseret Book, as a way to help youth who weren’t interested in reading “gospel books” have quality, spiritually-uplifting materials to read. They were extremely popular when published in the 1800s and remain so today.
Edge of Allegiance
Author: Thomas F. Murphy
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
ISBN: 0741495872
Year: 2011-12-02
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In 1968, Istvan Pinter, a young Hungarian, escapes from political prison and heads for the Austrian border. Thirteen years later, Frank Manion's first assignment as a newly-minted CIA case officer is to recruit a Russian diplomat the agency calls Bagatel
Twice Buried
Author: Steven F. Havill
Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
ISBN: 1459656482
Pages: 328
Year: 2013-01-01
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Bill Gastner, Undersheriff of Posadas County, knows ancient Anna Hocking didn't fall down her fruit cellar stairs by accident. He's also sure that elderly Reuben Fuentes knows nothing about the bodies scattered on his dusty, southern New Mexico ranch. No spring chicken himself, Bill summons his former deputy, Reuben's niece, from Mexico to help clear the old man of suspicion. Eventually this generation - spanning law enforcement team finds a thread tying all the crimes together - a killer with no conscience
A Bounty of Blandings
Author: Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
Publisher: W. W. Norton
ISBN: 0393341275
Pages: 656
Year: 2011
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Presents three works of fiction set at Blandings Castle in Shopshire, England, seat of the ninth Earl of Emsworth, home to the Empress of Blandings, a prize-winning Berkshire sow, and the location of a series of humorous misadventures.
The Quotable Chesterton
Author: Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Pages: 391
Year: 1986
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Notes of an Anatomist
Author: Frank Gonzalez-Crussi
Publisher: Harcourt
ISBN: 0156674300
Pages: 144
Year: 1986
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Essays discuss embalming, twins, mortality, character, the human body, child abuse, deformity, and human sexuality
The Fall of Colossus
Author: Dennis Feltham Jones
Publisher: Berkley
ISBN: 042503738X
Pages: 188
Year: 1977-10-15
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